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" With this the priest disappeared. I awoke at once, and immediately told my wife the dream, that I might not forget it. Next morning Sunday I examined the fragments once more in the light of these disclosures, and to my astonishment found all the... "
Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death - Page 367
by Frederic William Henry Myers - 1907 - 470 pages
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The Arena, Volume 30

United States - 1903
...fragments once more in the light of these disclosures, and, to my astonishment, found all the details of my dream precisely verified in so far as the means of...lord, has Kurigalzu, pontifex of Bel, presented this." Mrs. JC Hilprecht confirms the facts in this strange dream. There were some points, however, that were...
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The American Naturalist, Volume 30

Biology - 1896
...once, and immediately told my wife the dream, that I might not forget it. Next morning Sunday I examined the fragments once more in the light of these...the preface that I had unfortunately discovered too l^te that the two fragments belonged together ; made the corresponding changes in the ' Table of Contents,'...
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Human personality and its survival of bodily death, Volume 1

Frederic William Henry Myers, Richard Hodgson, Alice Johnson - Body, Mind & Spirit - 1903
...once and immediately told my wife the dream that I might not forget it. Next morning Sunday I examined the fragments once more in the light of these...lord, has Kurigalzu, pontifex of Bel, presented this.' 1 " The problem was thus at last solved. I stated in the preface that I had unfortunately discovered...
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Werner's Readings and Recitations, Issue 31

Readers - 1903
...all the details of his dream precisely verified in so far as the means of verification were in his hands. The original inscription on the votive cylinder...lord, has Kurigalzu, pontifex of Bel, presented this." HIS FATHER'S GHOST. Mrs. P. was married in 1867 and lived happily for two years, when her husband became...
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The Subconscious, C by Joseph Jastrow...

Joseph Jastrow - Subconsciousness - 1905 - 549 pages
...and the description was deciphered by proper guesses for the missing portions of the middle piece : " To the god Ninib, son of Bel, his lord, has Kurigalzu, pontifex of Bel, presented this." So the Brownies will decipher Babylonian inscriptions as well as invent tales of adventure ; provided...
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Adventurings in the psychical

Henry Addington Bruce - Parapsychology - 1914 - 318 pages
...making the proper guesses for the missing middle portion, readily deciphered the full inscription : " To the god Ninib, son of Bel, his lord, has Kurigalzu, pontifex of Bel, presented this." l Nor are the intellectual achievements of the subconscious during sleep confined to the solution of...
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Sleep and Sleeplessness

Henry Addington Bruce - Insomnia - 1915 - 219 pages
...once, and immediately told my wife the dream, that I might not forget it. Next morning Sunday I examined the fragments once more in the light of these...lord, has Kurigalzu, pontifex of Bel, presented this.' "1 The solving of mathematical problems in sleep would seem to be of especially frequent occurrence....
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Resisting History: Religious Transcendence and the Invention of the Unconscious

Rhodri Hayward - History - 2007 - 147 pages
...sketches of the fragments. They did indeed join, the original inscription of the votive cylinder reading: 'To the god Ninib, son of Bel, his lord, has Kurigalzu, pontifex of Bel, presented this.'"9 Hilprecht's dream appeared to be a graphic and deeply romantic example of spirit inspiration....
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